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Ann Arbor Pride New Headliner Announcement: Brian Justin Crum

By |2018-08-02T20:49:22-04:00July 11th, 2018|Ann Arbor, Michigan, Neighborhoods|

ANN ARBOR – Although previously scheduled to headline Ann Arbor Pride, Ada Vox will not be able to perform at the event on Saturday, Aug. 4 due to a contractual obligation with talent TV show “American Idol.” Pride organizers said that all meet & greet tickets that were purchased may be allowed refund, up to seven days before the event, which is ongoing from Aug. 3 through 5. In Vox’s stead, Brian Justin Crum shall headline.
Crum is an American singer and stage actor from San Diego, California. In 2016, he competed on the eleventh season of the NBC TV competition show “America’s Got Talent,” taking fourth place. The full entertainment schedule for Ann Arbor pride will be announced closer to the start of the three-day festival.
This year marks the 24th anniversary of Ann Arbor Pride, formerly known as OUTFest. This year will not only include live music in the form of entertainment, but a kid zone, guest speakers, a variety of food, workshops and even more. This annual event is a pride celebration that is hosted by Ann Arbor’s Jim Toy Community Center and in partnership with a variety of LGBTQ people and allies around Washtenaw County.
Ann Arbor Pride August 3-5, 2018
Crum will perform at the festival’s main stage, located at Kerrytown 121 Catherine St., in Ann Arbor. This event is free and open to the public. All day
entertainment beginning at 10:00 a.m. in the Kerrytown neighborhood of Ann Arbor,
located on the corner of Catherine and N 4th Ave. For more information about the event, please visit AnnArborPride.com.

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